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AFTER A FIRE - Drinking Water and Water Tank Safety

Posted on in News by Narelle Pines

If you live in a bushfire-affected area your drinking water tank could have become contaminated from debris, ash, dead animals or aerial fire retardants. If the water tastes, looks or smells unusual, do not drink it or give it to animals. Water from a river or creek should never be used for drin...

Bushfires Threaten Drinking Water Safety

Posted on in News by Narelle Pines

Bushfires threaten drinking water safety – and the consequences could last decades As well as disrupting supply infrastructure, fires can damage catchments, causing contamination that not even boiling can remove. Adapting now is critical Warragamba Dam in Sydney. Australia’s public drinking wate...

Dehydration can cause Heart Attack

Posted on in News by penelope jayne global recharge

Water is a Major Key is Heart Health Water is probably one of the most overlooked tools against heart disease. Researchers from Loma Linda University in California confirmed this some years ago by checking the water intake of about twenty thousand well-educated men and women (ages 38 to 100) as a...

'Shocking' metallic sludge contaminating Sydney dams that supply drinking water

Posted on in News by penelope jayne global recharge

How Safe is your Drinking Water? Water pollution can be caused in a number of ways, one of the most polluting being city sewage and industrial waste discharge. Indirect sources of water pollution include contaminants that enter the water supply from soils or groundwater systems and from the atm...

Water Can Assist In Reducing Brain Fog?

Posted on in News by Narelle Pines

  Sometimes, our day-to-day makes our heads feel like they’re full of cotton wool. Luckily, there are a few ways to clear it out. Brain fog can happen to the best of us. Those days when you feel like your head is nothing but fuzz and you can’t focus on anything in front of you…sometimes you can’...